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The Melbourne singer-songwriter has heard the Dylan comparisons before. He'd prefer you judge him on his own merits.
Eleven musicians squeeze into the World Cafe studio to recreate some of the danceable splendor of the band's new album, Hang.
Heavy rock 'n' roll chops earned the California band the keys to Tom Petty's studio and a tour with Mudcrutch.
The North Carolina band's music has evolved from folk-punk beginnings toward a classic-rock sound. Watch Kym Register's powerful performance of "Little River."
One of the most revered voices of our time returns to the World Cafe studio to perform songs from his new solo album, Lighthouse.
This British folk-rock band was DIY before DIY existed. Watch a performance of "What A Beautiful Day."
The British folk icon is singing again for the first time in almost 40 years - and she certainly has stories to tell.
Best known for songs like "Tom's Diner" and "Luka," the singer-songwriter is now working on a play about Southern novelist Carson McCullers.
With the help of a local producer, this Cincinnati sitar-rock duo went from its hometown creperie straight into the studio.
The guitarist says The Band's debut album, Music From Big Pink, "was music we were making for one another. It was just the pure joy of making music."
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